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Exclusive: Legendary special operations aviator reveals bin Laden mission details for the first time

| March 18, 2020 | 17 Comments
Exclusive: Legendary special operations aviator reveals bin Laden mission details for the first time

Now-retired Army CW5 Doug Englen in an MH47 helicopter about to fly from ship in undisclosed location on classified mission. (Courtesy of Doug Englen) We all remember how during the raid on bin Laden’s compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan, one of the H-60’s crashed into a wall. Not a good start. Fortunately everyone egressed safely and […]

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Craig “Doc” Glynn – Military Records

| March 18, 2020 | 43 Comments
Craig “Doc” Glynn – Military Records

The folks at Military Phony sent us their work on James Craig “Doc” Glynn who we wrote about here.  Glynn lives in Titusville, Florida and is 68 years old at the time of this writing – March 2020. Here Glynn claims he was in Afghanistan just as Prince Harry was. Here he claims MSG along […]

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Georgia House votes to pay 3 US Army soldiers for overturned murder convictions after 25 years in prison

| March 17, 2020 | 32 Comments
Georgia House votes to pay 3 US Army soldiers for overturned murder convictions after 25 years in prison

A travesty of justice corrected after 25 years. Or is it? By: JOSHUA SHARPE Georgia House members voted Thursday night to compensate three former U.S. Army soldiers for the 25 years they lost in prison before their murder convictions were overturned. The legislation, which passed with wide bipartisan support, now moves to the state Senate […]

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Soldier rescues woman and 4 dogs from a burning house

| March 13, 2020 | 12 Comments
Soldier rescues woman and 4 dogs from a burning house

Sgt. Darren Watkins, with the Oklahoma National Guard, saved an elderly woman and her four dogs from a deadly house fire. (Spc. Jessica Todd) By: Todd South Sgt. Darren Watkins was starting a shift in his civilian job as a sheriff’s deputy in Wagoner County, Oklahoma, on Feb. 29 after leaving a daddy-daughter dance with […]

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“Wounded Iraq War Vet With PTSD Sues Over German Shepherd Service Dog”

| March 1, 2020 | 95 Comments
“Wounded Iraq War Vet With PTSD Sues Over German Shepherd Service Dog”

GSD Service Dog One of our ninjas took to the keyboard and relates the story of a disabled veteran and her service dog, RJ. Seems her employer had issues with the animal in the workplace, and went out of his way to…well. Read on. ninja “A disabled U.S. Army veteran wounded in the Iraq War […]

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Valor Friday

| February 28, 2020 | 5 Comments
Valor Friday

Distinguished Service Cross Continuing on last VF’s theme, Mason relates the heroism of unique recipients of valor awards. Six of them. Mason Last week I spoke about Dr. Mary Edwards Walker, the only woman ever to receive the Medal of Honor. She served with the Union Army during the Civil War and fearlessly rendered aid […]

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Role Player Injured During a Training Exercise, Soldier Charged

| February 27, 2020 | 14 Comments
Role Player Injured During a Training Exercise, Soldier Charged

A soldier is facing charges for an assault on a civilian role player. During the exercise, Ahmed Altameemi was brought in to play a terrorist. This individual knew where the hostage, that the soldiers were looking for, was at. Altameemi was badly injured during the course of the investigation to get information on the hostage’s […]

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Report: First woman expected to become Green Beret in coming weeks

| February 26, 2020 | 50 Comments
Report: First woman expected to become Green Beret in coming weeks

Soldiers assigned to the U.S. Army John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School stand at attention during formation at the Crown Arena in Fayetteville, North Carolina January 16, 2020. (K. Kassens/Army) One of our ninjas sends us this article about the first female Green Beret, who is expected to graduate from the grueling training […]

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